Hijab controversy: Christians and Muslims clash as Kwara state government reopen Christian schools (videos)

There’s an ongoing clash between Christians and Muslims in Ilorin, Kwara state capital today March 17.

This came after the state government reopened 10 Christian schools which were shut down over a hijab dispute.

The government-funded Christian schools was reportedly shut down over a dispute in the usage of Hijab by Muslim students.

Following the reopening of the school according to state government’s order, a fight insured in today, Wednesday March 17.

The incident started after Baptist School’s official in Surulere refused to allow girls wearing Hijab from gaining access into the school.

This led to a controversy as some of the Muslim parents countered the order which lead to arguments and eventual clash.

This led to a huge crash as some Muslims and Christians were seen throwing various objects including stones and plastic chairs at themselves.

However, security operatives were informed to calm the situation in the school.

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